Flesh Eaters from Outer Space – USA, 1989 – reviews

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‘Human beings stripped raw in a savage orgy of splatter and lust!!’

Flesh Eaters from Outer Space is a 1989 American science fiction horror feature film written and directed by Warren F. Disbrow (Invasion for Flesh and Blood; Scarlet Moon; Hate’s Haunted Slay Ride). The film’s original title was A Taste for Flesh and Blood. It is currently being distributed by Troma Entertainment


The movie stars Greg Scott, Kathy Monks, Lena Hunter, Samantha Scott, Stephen Mezo, Tim Ferrante, Roy Dipietro, Douglas S. Kalinowski, Allen Stanier, Jack Predale, James D. Manley, Gary L. Meier, Savino Cuppari.

 Reviews [click links to read more]:

“Disbrow knows exactly what he’s trying to achieve with his limited budget and limited acting abilities of the main cast … and he manages to meld two intertwined stories with a rubber suit, fake blood, numerous death scenes, numerous still photographs inserted to create dramatic moments (the space shuttle being my favourite)… Wow” Calgary Movies

“The alien is an oversized costume that looks more like the Creature from the Black Lagoon. Images are fleeting and it is kept in darkness for the most part. Every attack has this repeating shot of its face up close with this irritating noise it makes. By the end of the film that noise will be the only thing you really remember and you’ll wish you didn’t.” Games, Brains and a Head-Banging Life

“The picture quality is dreadful, but the special effects are so bad it doesn’t matter. The dialogue was obviously dubbed in after the fact and it doesn’t always mesh. There’s a woman who has visions of the deaths in her dreams. The victims are invariably jerks who aren’t bright enough to run away.” Games & Movies


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Filming locations:

Keyport, New Jersey



3 Comments on “Flesh Eaters from Outer Space – USA, 1989 – reviews”

  1. I had to look at the date of the movie twice. …it’s more like 1969 or even ’59…instead no, it was actually 1989 in all it’s “B-movie” glory (the genre is even out-of -date), but evidently they still made over-sized costumes 20 yrs later :):)

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